2nd Lights on Women Scholarship

A diverse talent pool is a key driver of innovative and inclusive solutions to advance the energy transition. The FSR invites women in energy and climate who are changemakers in their area of expertise to apply for the 2nd Lights on Women Scholarship! 

2nd Lights on Women Scholarship

The 2nd Lights on Women Scholarship by the FSR offers four scholarships to women contributing to innovative energy solutions, research and initiatives that accelerate the energy transition.

The annual Lights on Women scholarship aims to support motivated early- or mid-career women in their professional advancement with new or strengthened capabilities by providing free access to one of the FSR online courses (of their choice) starting in Autumn 2020.

Apply to advance your career in energy and to join the growing FSR Lights on Women talent pool!

Why should you apply?

FSR offers online training courses on a wide variety of key energy regulation and policy topics which will provide you with the technical knowledge needed to take advantage of employment and leadership opportunities.

The flexibility provided by FSR’s online courses will allow selected candidates to follow the lessons at their own pace, so to balance learning with other professional and personal commitments. All FSR online courses adopt interactive tools, group projects and live activities to enhance the learning experience. You will have the chance to collaborate and network with global participants and a world-renowned faculty while gaining the knowledge and skills needed to boost your career.

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At the conclusion of the course, selected candidates will have the opportunity to produce an article that will be published on the FSR website and disseminated among the vast FSR Energy community.

“Further steps are needed toward gender-balanced representation in energy: focusing on women’s knowledge and participation, improving cooperation and looking for best practices and innovative tools are the coordinates I chose to evolve in the energy sector. Those are the same values and ambition shared by the Lights on Women initiative, a program I am extremely proud to join in. Let’s shine together!”
Rita Chiara Mele, Recipient of the 1st Lights on Women Scholarship

Who is eligible?

We are inviting all early- or mid-career female energy professionals and students who are changemakers in their area of expertise to apply! 

Candidates should be able to demonstrate:

  • that your work addresses an energy/climate need or challenge, with significant benefits to citizens and society
  • how you played a role in the success of your organizations (or their products and services)
  • active leadership and potential for future excellence in the energy/climate sphere
  • genuinely engaged individuals involved in energy and climate regulation or policy issues who show holistic interests beyond current responsibilities
  • highly motivated to invest in learning and networking
  • openness to diversity and aspiration to join a global community

No specific academic background is required. We warmly welcome applications from around the world and in particular emerging countries.

How to apply

Note: please have all documents ready before starting the application form.

  1. Your CV in PDF
  2. A short biography, around 100–120 words (around 800 characters with spaces)
  3. A letter of motivation (max 2 pages) in PDF, describing:
  • how your work addresses an energy/climate need or challenge, with significant benefits to citizens and society
  • your future professional ambitions,
  • your motivations for applying for the scholarship and how the online course you are selecting would help you reach your goals or advance your career

Documents should be submitted in English.

Applications will be assessed by a Selection Committee of FSR members. The four successful candidates will be informed by the end of June 2020 and will be provided with all relevant information on how to enrol in the online course of their choice.

*Kindly note that the FSR Annual training and Specialised Training on the Regulation of Gas Markets are blended online-residential course and not covered by the scholarship.

Questions? Contact us! 

Apply here!

The 1st Lights on Women 

In 2019, Lights on Women launched its first annual scholarship to contribute to shaping an inclusive energy future by offering four scholarships to motivated early to mid-career women to support their professional advancement with new or strengthened capabilities.

Meet the recipients 

 

 

 

 

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